In the midst of the current uncertainty, do you need a sign from God? Sandy Wisdom-Martin points to where to find direction from God.
By Sandy Wisdom-Martin / WMU
Though churches will not observe Easter—Resurrection Day—as they normally do, Christians have the opportunity to consider Jesus’ resurrection afresh.
By Ginger McPherson
A Baptist Standard reader issues a call to replace blaming with prayer, asking God to give wisdom to “every leader at every level.”
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Karen Morrow, CBF field personnel serving refugees in Texas, calls attention to specific ways to care and pray for refugees, who are affected doubly by the pandemic.
By Karen Morrow / Cooperative Baptist Fellowship
Zac Harrel, the pastor of First Baptist Church in Gustine, expresses thoughts and emotions common to many pastors trying to lead churches during the pandemic.
By Zac Harrel
Landon Hebison, the associate pastor of Miller Heights Baptist Church in Belton, considers the coronavirus pandemic through the lens of the prophet Habakkuk.
By Landon Hebison
Sandy Wisdom-Martin, executive director of national WMU, suggests five ways to care for others in God-honoring ways during the coronavirus pandemic.
Artists and entertainers may be labeled “nonessential” during a pandemic, but they continue to give to us and hope we will continue to give to them.
By Jesse Joyner
Lenny Smith, author and composer of ‘Our God Reigns,’ reflects on what the reign of God looks like in a world driven by the pursuit of power.
By Lenny Smith
Glen Schmucker, a minister and hospice chaplain, shares a heartwarming story of a church that showed love to a man when he needed it most.
By Glen Schmucker
Jimmy Dorrell, executive director of Mission Waco and pastor of Church Under the Bridge, suggests a different perspective on the coronavirus pandemic.
By Jimmy Dorrell
Mindful of social distancing happening during Lent, Maddie Rarick called on her Sunday school class to continue practicing prayerful reflection.
By Maddie Rarick